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Link Oysterhead, Friday, 06/16/2006
Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival, Manchester, TN

Set 1: Little Faces, Oz is Ever Floating, Mr. Oysterhead, Army's On Ecstacy > Radon Balloon -> Rubberneck Lions -> Jailhouse Rock > Shadow of a Man, Birthday Boys, Polka Dot Rose > Pseudo Suicide, Owner of the World

Notes: This first Oysterhead performance in almost five years took place at the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival that also featured Radiohead, Phil Lesh & Friends and Tom Petty among many others. 

Musicians: Trey Anastasio, Les Claypool, Stewart Copeland

itscow3 , attached to 2006-06-16 Permalink
i remember it being a hot sunny day on the mainstage, trey played with oysterhead, flew to st. louis on saturday to open for tom petty, then flew back late saturday nite to play in the super jam w/ mike and the duo after radiohead just got done blowing my mind! very memorable weeked at roo!
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Mikesgroover , attached to 2006-06-16 Permalink
Mikesgroover The first Oysterhead show in five years and perhaps the final ever(?), this lived up to the expectations of the Bonnaroo crowd. They ran through the Oysterhead standards from The Grand Pecking Order with a loose version of Jailhouse Rock thrown in for good measure. Everyone was in good spirits, with Les initially sporting a foam-rubber pigs head and later a half-Elvis mask.

Plenty of extended exploration here and general weirdness, especially on Rubberneck Lions. A great set, with Copeland a rock and Trey delivering plenty of strong guitar work. My only complaint is that this kind of weirdness would have been better-placed as a late-night set then in the midafternoon heat. Video of the show is available on YouTube.
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tillmanj , attached to 2006-06-16 Permalink
tillmanj The only thing that would have made this show better would have been if it had been a late night show instead of in the middle of the day in brutal sun. Much weirdness and awesome exploratory jams. I feel lucky to have seen what is most likely the last Oysterhead show ever...
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